Google will Pay Users for Information About the Visited Sites

Google will pay users for information about the visited sitesCorporation Google offers users money in return for agreeing to provide information about the visited sites. Details of the program, dubbed Screenwise, posted on a specially created page .

User is consenting to participate in the study must be installed in your browser Chrome a special supplement that transmits information to Google about what sites he visits and that they were doing. What kind of data will be used, the company has not yet specify.

Instead, study participants will receive gift codes to use online store Amazon. During the installation of the application they are given five dollars, and another five dollars they will receive for each three-month participation in the program during the year.

Sponsor of the action was research firm Knowledge Networks.

To participate in the program is open to all Google users older than 13 years, indicated on the website. However, until it started and has not been officially announced. On the page with a description of Screenwise can provide your email address, which will receive notification of the beginning of registration.

Posted by on February 8, 2012. Filed under Google, News, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Responses to Google will Pay Users for Information About the Visited Sites

  1. Does Google not have enough information already without having to pay for more?

  2. Does Google not have enough information already without having to pay for more?

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